Joel Young

Young: Don’t get sucked in by doom and gloom prognosticators

One of the periods of greatest business diversification and growth happened during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Young: Preparing your mind for the entrepreneurial world

Those who don’t succeed are simply not ready to make the entrepreneur lifestyle change.

Young: Life and business run together for entrepreneurs

Deep down inside each of us has an entrepreneurial spirit.

Young: Finding entrepreneurial inventors in our midst

Opportunities abound—you just have to look for them.

Young: Planning for your dream entrepreneurial venture

Banks, investors, customers and even your family will love you to pieces if you can present a business plan…

Young: Options for financing your entrepreneurial dream

Put together a great business plan…talk to a financial adviser or entrepreneur coach and then just start asking.

Young: The rising tide of opportunity for self-employment

With the job market tight and with many specialized positions at a premium, self-employment becomes more of an attractive option.

Young: Integrity remains a critical asset for entrepreneurs

When integrity is observed and felt throughout a new or altered venture, it sets the tone for the culture of business…

Young: The power of collaboration

Collaborative leadership is the move away from autocratic leadership to more decentralized new paradigm models.

Young: Entrepreneurial enthusiasm drives brand success

How does one open a new era of an entrepreneurial venture while still operating under an existing personal brand?

Young: Plan for your entrepreneurial creation

Identify if you are passionate about your new venture idea.

Young: Diversity leads to entrepreneurial creation

The entrepreneurial bug bit after creating cleaning and personal care products, which led Back To Earth Enviroproducts.

Young: Fitness spawns entrepreneurial venture for women

30 Minute Hit is an empowering kickboxing/boxing circuit in Kelowna which strives to get women of all ages in amazing shape…

Young: Classroom path to entrepreneurship

More than 2,000 colleges and universities in the U.S. now offer classes in entrepreneurship.

Young: Aspiring to achieve the entrepreneurial dream

One of the critical characteristics…in entrepreneurs…is the characteristic of dreaming.

Young: The parallels of our business and personal lives

…each [entrepreneur] demonstrated the innovation and creativity in their personal missions to ‘make a difference’ in their world.

Young: New book offers insights into small business survival

…it’s a book that finally unlocks the realities of founding and operating a small business in Canada.

Young: Money, passion, purpose always win

If you have purpose without passion, you may well be wasting precious time and money.

Young: No guarantees on the journey for entrepreneurs

Every year, thousands of people from all walks of life­…bid to become an entrepreneur. Many succeed, many fail.

Young: The traits to finding entrepreneurial success

…the majority of us are not born leaders, but become entrepreneurial leaders by who we are and the actions we take.